Mumbai Rains: Waterfall in the heart of Mumbai?

A viral video claims to show waterfall right in the middle of Mumbai.

Mumbai Rains: Waterfall in the heart of Mumbai?

Is it even possible to see a waterfall right in the middle of Mumbai? Thanks to the nonstop rains it has been made possible and a video featuring the same is going viral. 

In this video, that has been tweeted with the caption – “Waterfall in New Cuffe Parade,” one can see the water falling from a skyscraper. The building from which the water is falling is an under-construction building by Lodha group.  The starting price of a flat in the building is 3 crores and maintenance charges are Rs 18,000 a month. 

In just three hours posting the video, it has managed to garner 27K view and been retweeted 377 times. 

The developer has responded to the video by saying that the incidence in question took place on Sep 2 when one of the tanks that they were installing ruptured causing the water to fall in this manner. 

It has been pouring in Mumbai for the last two days. The rains have intensified in the last 24 hours and even a red alert has been issued for the city by IMD. The water levels at Mithi River has been rising steadily. 

Rain has disrupted the day to day working for many Mumbaikars. Due to water-logging, many people have been stuck in traffic for hours together. In addition to this, many trains are either running late or have been cancelled altogether. Stay tuned with the Rain Live Updates at- Mumbai Rains Live Updates

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